UK Newswire Archive
18-10-2003 11:03The cost of attacks against genetically modified crop trials emerged this week as more British plant scientists left the country to pursue their work abroad unmolested.
18-10-2003 10:00After bringing down with stones and wooden sticks the government of millionaire Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada, the rebellion of the poor and excluded has demanded from the new President Mesa to not export the gas, to industrialize it in the country and recover it from transnational hands. Huge task for a man without a party nor social support, sustained only by the U.S embassy and a demoralized army.
18-10-2003 08:13A Communist Revolutionary critique of the World Social Forum. An attempt to lay bare the ideo-political basis(i.e. class interests) of the WSF.
18-10-2003 03:30Comment on the precedent of "preventive" war against Iraq and US/Israeli neo-colonialism.
18-10-2003 01:18Escape from Slavery: The true story of my ten years in captivity — and my journey to freedom - by Francis Bok
18-10-2003 01:02Last minute up-date (Friday, October 17th, 17hrs): Thousands of people are gathered around Bolivia's Congress awaiting the official resignation speech of the President as parliamentarians attempt to mantain formal "democracy". Leaders from the mass movement are discussing weather to accept the vice-president to be sworn in.
18-10-2003 00:55STOP BUSH: 3 DAYS OF DEFIANCE: 19th-21st November.
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18-10-2003 00:28NotDonald's Street Cafe opened outside a branch of everybodies least favourite 'food' outlet on Oxford Road, Manchester today.
17-10-2003 23:28City and government officials are not able to make the difference to a property between their own and an individual. We can no longer talk about individual cases.
17-10-2003 23:08These are pictures from the Tractors and Trolleys rally in London on Monday 13th October 2003.
We are planning to hold a “Sleep Out in Solidarity” on or around November 1st to highlight the plight of asylum seekers left homeless and starving, either because their application for asylum has failed, but their country of origin is too dangerous to deport them to, or because the Home Office does not accept that they made their claim at the first opportunity (Section 55 of the Immigration and Nationality Act)
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17-10-2003 20:51An AP wire story reporting the upcoming resignation of Bolivia's president.
17-10-2003 17:25Two Cardiff people remanded in custody today following arrest on Weds night for criminal damge.
17-10-2003 14:39Open Letter to all human & civil and refugee organizations
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